Tag-ani Review

TFM Review: Tag-ani by Nikki Francisco The beginnings of love always feel like the first time. In the middle of a lovely park, one beautiful day, a man and a …

TFM Review: Venus in Fur by Nikki Francisco Sado-Masochism isn’t an easy sell—or maybe it is. We do live in a post Fifty Shades of Grey world, after all. Still, …

TFM Review: 33 Variations by Nikki Francisco Beethoven made so much more out of Anton Diabelli’s waltz. Red Turnip Theater’s production of 33 Variations has elevated Moises Kaufman’s material much …

It was the summer of 2009. School was out and I was bored. I pop in a DVD of Rent and I couldn’t explain it—something clicked. It’s not like it …

No Filter

“The show might have sought out to try and define what it means to be a millennial, but its greatest achievement is helping these young people in the audience feel less alone.”

The Normal Heart

“It is a piercing and provocative story with characters written and portrayed as real men who lived–and died–for a cause.”

Rak of Aegis

“With so many moving parts, and a production that encourages improvisation, it’s no surprise that the show inspires repeat viewings from its audiences.”